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Jenny Clift’s photo-a-day discipline becomes a photography exhibition

29 May 2012 7,664 views One Comment

Jenny CliftJenny Clift has been a keen photographer for many years, and even more so since she joined Flickr, the online photo sharing community, in 2005. In 2010 this Adelaide shutterbug decided it was time to start her own Project 365, and made the commitment to take a daily photograph to post on social media.

“I had heard of other photographers taking a photo a day to extend their photography skills and it was something I always wanted to do,” Jenny said. “But it wasn’t until I got an iPhone that I decided to start my own Project 365.”

Jenny uploads photos from her iPhone and a digital SLR camera to Flickr and shares with her Twitter followers and Facebook friends. The subjects of her photos include the nature she see around her, her child, her daily commute and Adelaide’s cityscapes; the images are often manipulated with various iPhone apps, to make the ordinary extraordinary.

From June 5th 2012, many of her fascinating photographs from Project 365 will be exhibited at Suzie
Wong’s Room, Port Road, Hindmarsh. You can get a sneak peek of the exhibition on Flickr at http://tiny.cc/jennyflickr and see three of the photos below.

Jenny finished her photo-a-day project in November 2011 and started Project 366 on January 1st this year, continuing to catalogue a day in the life of Jenny Clift. You can keep tabs on her progress by following @jenseeya on Twitter.

Exhibition details:

Launching Tuesday 5 June at 6pm
Suzie Wong’s Room, 120 Port Road, Hindmarsh
Work on display throughout June
(Suzie Wong’s is open Wednesday to Sunday 6pm until late)

Adelaide GPO. Day 217/365 by Jenny Clift

Adelaide GPO. Day 217/365. By Jenny Clift.

Incy wincy spider. Day 329/365. By Jenny Clift.

Incy wincy spider. Day 329/365. By Jenny Clift.

Under the jetty. Day 174/365. By Jenny Clift.

Under the jetty. Day 174/365. By Jenny Clift.

 

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